Today I’ll show you how to use predefined fields with?GetResponse to create your email series. If you’re having problems setting this up you’ve come to the right place. I’ll show you the ins and outs of this program that I believe is one of the best autoresponders around.
Not Using GetResponse With Predefined Fields
Predefined fields are a simple way to have an empty box so that A subset of data can be placed into it. For example, A website ID that collects your data rather than one general website.
Here’s an example: ?http://companyname.com/?id=username
The part in red is what changes to the Website rather than just showing the website name. This way the independent Business owner can get credit for his efforts in bringing people into his or her business.
In the video above you’ll see more examples about this and how predefined fields with GetResponse work.
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NOTE:??Many either use Aweber or Getresponse in their email automation.